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  • Corey Davis NYJ WR
    Jets' Corey Davis: Leading receiver in Week 4 win
    3m ago

    Davis caught five of seven targets for 74 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's 24-20 win over the Steelers.

    Davis' five-yard touchdown in the fourth quarter pulled the Jets within three, and he led the team in targets, catches and receiving yards. The 6-foot-3 wide receiver has two touchdowns through four games in 2022, and Davis will look to add to that touchdown total in Week 5 against a Dolphins defense that could be depleted at cornerback if Xavier Howard (groin) misses further time after exiting early for Miami in Week 4.

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  • Denzel Perryman LV MLB
    Raiders' Denzel Perryman: Ruled out with concussion
    8m ago

    Perryman has been ruled out for the remainder of Sunday's game against the Broncos due to a concussion.

    Perryman missed the last two games due to an ankle injury, and he sustained a concussion in the second half of Sunday's Week 4 matchup. Darien Butler should see increased playing time in Perryman's absence.

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  • Elijah Moore NYJ WR
    Jets' Elijah Moore: Season-high 53 yards in win
    10m ago

    Moore caught three of four targets for 53 yards and rushed once for two yards in Sunday's 24-20 win over the Steelers.

    Moore showed early chemistry with quarterback Zach Wilson (knee) in Wilson's season debut, recording catches of 20 and 28 yards to help set up a second-quarter Jets touchdown. He was quiet the rest of the way but still finished second on the team in receiving yards behind Corey Davis (74). Moore's off to a slow start after a promising rookie season, but he'll look to build on this season-high yardage total in Week 5 against the Dolphins.

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  • Trevor Lawrence JAC QB
    Jaguars' Trevor Lawrence: Turns ball over five times in loss
    12m ago

    Lawrence completed 11 of 23 pass attempts for 174 yards, two touchdowns, one interception and four lost fumbles in Sunday's 29-21 loss to Philadelphia.

    Lawrence got off to blazing start with two quick touchdowns to put his team up 14-0 in the first quarter. That's where the positive reviews end for the sophomore quarterback, as he was figured out by the Eagles' defense from there on out and watched the game literally slip from his hands (career high four fumbles lost). The 22-year-old appeared to be figuring things out over the last couple of weeks, but Sunday's backslide brings his season averages back down to 236.5 passing yards per game with an 8:6 TD:TO ratio. Lawrence will get an opportunity to redeem himself next Sunday in a soft matchup against the Texans.

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  • Zach Wilson NYJ QB
    Jets' Zach Wilson: Catches, throws TDs in season debut
    13m ago

    Wilson completed 18 of 36 passes for 252 yards, one touchdown and two interceptions in Sunday's 24-20 win over Pittsburgh. He added 15 rushing yards on two attempts and a two-yard touchdown catch.

    Just as we all predicted, Wilson caught a touchdown before throwing one, as he secured a two-yard touchdown pass from Braxton Berrios on a trick play to give New York a 10-0 lead in the second quarter. Wilson cost the Jets a chance at points just before halftime, though, as he threw a third-down interception with New York in field-goal range. His third-quarter interception set up a go-ahead Steelers touchdown , but Wilson made amends with a five-yard touchdown pass to Corey Davis in the fourth to cut the Jets' deficit to 20-17. Wilson then led a game-winning drive capped by a Breece Hall rushing touchdown in the final minute. The second-year quarterback would like to cut down on the errors moving forward, but the win will give him and the Jets some momentum heading into a Week 5 home game against the Dolphins.

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  • Jeremy Chinn CAR FS
    Panthers' Jeremy Chinn: Won't return Sunday
    15m ago

    Chinn (hamstring) won't return to Sunday's game against the Cardinals, Schuyler Callihan of SI.com reports.

    Chinn was banged up early in Sunday's matchup, and it's not yet clear whether the Panthers expect him to return for next week's game against the 49ers. Sean Chandler should see an increased role in Carolina's secondary in Chinn's absence.

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  • Trevor Lawrence JAC QB
    Jaguars' Trevor Lawrence: Turns ball over five times in loss
    12m ago

    Lawrence completed 11 of 23 pass attempts for 174 yards, two touchdowns, one interception and four lost fumbles in Sunday's 29-21 loss to Philadelphia.

    Lawrence got off to blazing start with two quick touchdowns to put his team up 14-0 in the first quarter. That's where the positive reviews end for the sophomore quarterback, as he was figured out by the Eagles' defense from there on out and watched the game literally slip from his hands (career high four fumbles lost). The 22-year-old appeared to be figuring things out over the last couple of weeks, but Sunday's backslide brings his season averages back down to 236.5 passing yards per game with an 8:6 TD:TO ratio. Lawrence will get an opportunity to redeem himself next Sunday in a soft matchup against the Texans.

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  • Zach Wilson NYJ QB
    Jets' Zach Wilson: Catches, throws TDs in season debut
    13m ago

    Wilson completed 18 of 36 passes for 252 yards, one touchdown and two interceptions in Sunday's 24-20 win over Pittsburgh. He added 15 rushing yards on two attempts and a two-yard touchdown catch.

    Just as we all predicted, Wilson caught a touchdown before throwing one, as he secured a two-yard touchdown pass from Braxton Berrios on a trick play to give New York a 10-0 lead in the second quarter. Wilson cost the Jets a chance at points just before halftime, though, as he threw a third-down interception with New York in field-goal range. His third-quarter interception set up a go-ahead Steelers touchdown , but Wilson made amends with a five-yard touchdown pass to Corey Davis in the fourth to cut the Jets' deficit to 20-17. Wilson then led a game-winning drive capped by a Breece Hall rushing touchdown in the final minute. The second-year quarterback would like to cut down on the errors moving forward, but the win will give him and the Jets some momentum heading into a Week 5 home game against the Dolphins.

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  • Tyrod Taylor NYG QB
    Giants' Tyrod Taylor: Concussion confirmed
    1h ago

    Taylor suffered a concussion during Sunday's 20-12 win against the Bears, Pat Leonard of the New York Daily News reports.

    Taylor entered for a banged-up Daniel Jones (ankle) in the fourth quarter, throwing an interception on his first drive before taking a helmet-to-helmet hit on the second possession. He proceeded to be examined for a head injury, and a concussion has been confirmed in the meantime. The Giants take on the Packers in London next Sunday, but it's unclear if Taylor will be Jones' backup, let alone both players being available. Currently, the only other quarterback on the roster is practice-squad member Davis Webb.

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  • Jalen Hurts PHI QB
    Eagles' Jalen Hurts: Saves poor passing game with TD
    1h ago

    Hurts completed 16 of 25 pass attempts for 204 yards and an interception, adding 38 yards and a touchdown on 16 carries in Sunday's 29-21 win over Jacksonville.

    Hurts struggled from the pocket against the Jaguars' pass rush, resulting in his second game with zero passing touchdowns through four weeks. Luckily for his fantasy managers, the dual-threat was able to offset a poor passing game with his fourth rushing touchdown. The 24-year-old's ability as a rusher has complemented his improved passing this season (67 completion percentage and 280.0 passing yards per game). Hurts will look to keep the Eagles undefeated in a matchup against the Cardinals -- who have allowed 281.0 passing yards per game to date -- next Sunday.

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  • Brian Hoyer NE QB
    Patriots' Brian Hoyer: Won't return Sunday
    1h ago

    Hoyer (head) won't return to Sunday's game against the Packers.

    It remains to be seen if Hoyer will be placed in the NFL's concussion protocol, but his status will need to be monitored ahead of next weekend's contest against the Lions. With Mac Jones (ankle) inactive versus Green Bay, Bailey Zappe is slated to remain at QB for the Patriots for rest of the day Sunday.

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  • Cooper Rush DAL QB
    Cowboys' Cooper Rush: Another solid showing
    1h ago

    Rush completed 15 of 27 passes for 223 yards and two touchdowns against Washington on Sunday.

    While Rush's modest pass attempt volume is reflective of his game-manager limitations, he continues to play very clean football and makes the throws he needs to. CeeDee Lamb (six catches for 97 yards and one touchdown on eight targets) was highly effective, and Rush conducted two of Dallas' biggest plays in the game with a 45-yard pass to Noah Brown and a nine-yard touchdown to Michael Gallup. Although Dak Prescott (thumb) might return in Week 5, at the very least Rush has shown that the Dallas offense can remain functional if he needs to play in the future.

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  • Javonte Williams DEN RB
    Broncos' Javonte Williams: Hurts knee Sunday
    18m ago

    Williams exited Sunday's game at Las Vegas with a knee injury.

    On the first play of the second half, Williams remained on the turf for a spell, and when he attempted to get off the field, he needed assistance from the training staff to get to the sideline. After an evaluation, he was carted to the locker room and quickly ruled out. The severity of Williams' injury is unclear, but Melvin Gordon will slide in as the Broncos' top running back for the rest of Week 4, with Mike Boone acting as the No. 2.

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  • James Robinson JAC RB
    Jaguars' James Robinson: Bottled up on eight carries
    30m ago

    Robinson rushed eight times for 29 yards and was not targeted in the passing game in a 29-21 loss to the Eagles.

    Robinson split carries with Travis Etienne Jr. (eight carries for 32 yards) and neither back finished with a catch. The veteran back has been the unexpected workhorse for Jacksonville early on, and this was his first dud of the season. Sunday's even touch distribution between both backs in a rough offensive showing doesn't bode well for Robinson's season-long outlook. Etienne hasn't done much to threaten Robinson's starting job, so the latter should still be considered the lead back heading into a favorable matchup against Houston next Sunday.

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  • Jonathan Taylor IND RB
    Colts' Jonathan Taylor: Possible high ankle sprain
    43m ago

    The Colts fear that Taylor may have suffered a high ankle sprain during Sunday's 24-17 loss to the Titans, Zak Keefer of The Athletic reports.

    Meanwhile, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network relays that the running back "will have tests imminently" to asses his ankle injury. When asked Sunday about his availability for Thursday night's game against Denver, Taylor noted "I'm not sure yet. We'll see how things happen tomorrow morning." If Taylor is out or limited in Week 5, Nyheim Hines and Deon Jackson could see added backfield work versus the Broncos, while Phillip Lindsay and D'vonte Price are candidates to be elevated from the Colts' practice squad.

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  • Saquon Barkley NYG RB
    Giants' Saquon Barkley: Powers Giants' offense
    44m ago

    Barkley rushed the ball 31 times for 146 yards in Sunday's 20-12 win over the Bears. He added two receptions for 16 yards.

    As has been the case for most of the season, the Giants' offense ran through Barkley as he tallied 31 carries and the team took to the air only 16 total times. He ripped off five rushes of more than 10 yards and has four gains of more than 20 yards through four games -- more than he posted in 13 matchups last season. The only complaint could be that Barkley failed to find the end zone, but he's now tallied over 100 total yards in three of four games to begin the campaign.

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  • Jamaal Williams DET RB
    Lions' Jamaal Williams: Two touchdowns in loss
    1h ago

    Williams rushed 19 times for 108 yards and two touchdowns and secured his only target for one yard in the Lions' 48-45 loss to the Seahawks on Sunday.

    Game script eventually capped Williams' overall opportunity, but not before he handled a true lead-back workload and delivered handsomely with it. The veteran back went in from one and 51 yards in the second and third quarters, respectively, with the first score coming on the final play of the first half and the second an impressive scamper up the right side of the field that showed off Williams' speed. With D'Andre Swift (shoulder) seemingly always hampered by at least one injury and his status uncertain for a Week 5 road battle against the Saints, Williams could be in for another solid workload versus New Orleans.

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  • Tony Pollard DAL RB
    Cowboys' Tony Pollard: Struggles from scrimmage
    1h ago

    Pollard ran for six yards on eight carries against Washington on Sunday and caught one pass for two yards on three targets.

    The Washington defense prioritized shutting down the Dallas ground game in this one, so Pollard and to a lesser extent Ezekiel Elliott (49 yards on 19 carries) struggled to get any traction with their touches Sunday. A Week 5 matchup against the Rams isn't an obvious source of encouragement for Pollard as he looks to bounce back, but this box score should prove an anomaly going forward.

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  • Corey Davis NYJ WR
    Jets' Corey Davis: Leading receiver in Week 4 win
    3m ago

    Davis caught five of seven targets for 74 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's 24-20 win over the Steelers.

    Davis' five-yard touchdown in the fourth quarter pulled the Jets within three, and he led the team in targets, catches and receiving yards. The 6-foot-3 wide receiver has two touchdowns through four games in 2022, and Davis will look to add to that touchdown total in Week 5 against a Dolphins defense that could be depleted at cornerback if Xavier Howard (groin) misses further time after exiting early for Miami in Week 4.

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  • Elijah Moore NYJ WR
    Jets' Elijah Moore: Season-high 53 yards in win
    10m ago

    Moore caught three of four targets for 53 yards and rushed once for two yards in Sunday's 24-20 win over the Steelers.

    Moore showed early chemistry with quarterback Zach Wilson (knee) in Wilson's season debut, recording catches of 20 and 28 yards to help set up a second-quarter Jets touchdown. He was quiet the rest of the way but still finished second on the team in receiving yards behind Corey Davis (74). Moore's off to a slow start after a promising rookie season, but he'll look to build on this season-high yardage total in Week 5 against the Dolphins.

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  • Josh Reynolds DET WR
    Lions' Josh Reynolds: Records seven grabs, TD Sunday
    19m ago

    Reynolds brought in seven of eight targets for 81 yards and a touchdown in the Lions' 48-45 loss to the Seahawks on Sunday.

    Jared Goff's former Rams teammate once again displayed some strong chemistry with his quarterback, stepping up with the top reception, receiving yardage and target totals among the team's depleted wideout corps. Reynolds found the end zone for the second time this season as well, scoring on a three-yard touchdown grab early in the fourth quarter. Reynolds has a clear-cut complementary role in the Lions' passing attack even when the receiving corps is at full health, but he could be in for another elevated workload in a Week 5 road matchup against the Patriots if even if just one of Amon-Ra St. Brown or DJ Chark sit out that contest with their respective ankle injuries.

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  • Christian Kirk JAC WR
    Jaguars' Christian Kirk: Catch rate of 22 percent in loss
    20m ago

    Kirk caught two of nine targets for 60 yards in Sunday's 29-21 loss to the Jaguars.

    Trevor Lawrence was not in sync with his favorite target in this one, as Kirk was limited to a horrid 22 percent catch rate. The dynamic slot flashed his skills on a 45-yard connection late in the fourth quarter that salvaged an otherwise forgettable fantasy day. Kirk and the Jaguars will look to get back on track against a struggling Houston squad next Sunday.

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  • Tyler Lockett SEA WR
    Seahawks' Tyler Lockett: Makes six grabs in Week 4 win
    28m ago

    Lockett brought in six of eight targets for 91 yards, returned one punt for seven yards and lost a fumble in the Seahawks' 48-45 win over the Lions on Sunday.

    Lockett finished with the second-highest reception, receiving yardage and target totals behind DK Metcalf on the afternoon. The veteran speedster also recorded a 34-yard grab that served as a season high, and he's enjoyed a very busy start to the season with 30 targets in the last three games alone. Lockett's next opportunity to build on his early chemistry with Geno Smith comes in a Week 5 road matchup against the Saints in a dome environment that should favor his speed.

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  • Devin Duvernay BAL WR
    Ravens' Devin Duvernay: Team-high receiving yardage total
    34m ago

    Duvernay brought in four of five targets for 51 yards and returned two kickoffs for 40 yards in the Ravens' 23-20 loss to the Bills on Sunday.

    Duvernay's yardage total made him the somewhat surprising leader in that category for the Ravens on an afternoon during which the air attack didn't find much success against the tough Bills defense. However, the third-year speedster has found a way to make an impact in each game thus far, displaying more consistency than in his first two seasons on his way to 12-172-3 line over his first four games. Duvernay's next opportunity continue building on his solid start comes in a key Week 5 AFC North home clash versus the Bengals next Sunday night.

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  • Dallas Goedert PHI TE
    Eagles' Dallas Goedert: Gains 72 yards in victory
    36m ago

    Goedert caught five of six targets for 72 yards in Sunday's 29-21 win over Jacksonville.

    Goedert was Jalen Hurts' second-favorite option Sunday, finishing just one target behind A.J. Brown. The 27-year-old is off to a promising start in 2022, racking up 240 yards and a touchdown on an 80 percent catch rate through four contests. Goedert remains a strong play at a shallow fantasy position against the Cardinals next Sunday.

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  • Mark Andrews BAL TE
    Ravens' Mark Andrews: Limited to two grabs Sunday
    40m ago

    Andrews brought in just two of five targets for 15 yards in the Ravens' 23-20 loss to the Bills on Sunday.

    The star tight end fell victim to the overall malaise that afflicted the Ravens' passing game as a whole versus the tough Bills defense. Andrews' meager production represented a significant downturn after a successful three-game season-opening run that had seen him enter the game with a 22-245-3 line. The veteran's first opportunity to atone from his most modest performance of the season comes in a key AFC North home clash against the Bengals next Sunday night.

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  • Jonnu Smith NE TE
    Patriots' Jonnu Smith: Exits early
    40m ago

    Smith (ankle) is questionable to return Sunday against the Packers.

    Smith's exit leaves Hunter Henry as the only healthy tight end for the Patriots. If the former is unable to return, he'll turn his efforts toward being available for Week 5 against the Lions.

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  • Dawson Knox BUF TE
    Bills' Dawson Knox: Trio of grabs in Week 4 win
    1h ago

    Knox secured three of six targets for 40 yards in the Bills' 23-20 win over the Ravens on Sunday.

    Knox recorded a season-long 20-yard grab for half his receiving yardage tally, putting together a serviceable effort despite battling back and hip issues coming in. The fourth-year tight end's involvement in the offense has been adequate -- he's produced a 12-111 line on 17 targets -- but more had been expected in terms of big plays from the athletic tight end this season. Knox's next opportunity to start delivering on some of those expectations comes against a team that's had trouble defending tight ends this season in the Steelers, which the Bills will face at home in Week 5.

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  • T.J. Hockenson DET TE
    Lions' T.J. Hockenson: Season-best effort Sunday
    1h ago

    Hockenson secured eight of 12 targets for 179 yards and two touchdowns while also securing a two-point conversion pass in the Lions' 48-45 loss to the Seahawks on Sunday.

    With the Lions down valued short-to-mid-range targets D'Andre Swift (shoulder) and Amon-Ra St. Brown (ankle), along with DJ Chark (ankle), Hockenson unsurprisingly logged a season high in targets. However, it's what he managed to do with them that stood out, especially considering the talented tight end hadn't topped four receptions or 38 yards in any of the first three games of the season. Hockenson got loose for a 32-yard score in the first quarter, then added the two-point conversion grab early in the fourth following a Josh Reynolds TD and made his final trip to the end zone on a four-yard touchdown catch with 5:26 remaining. The 2019 first-round pick also had a game-long 81-yard catch and run in the second half, making it a career-best day overall. Hockenson will aim to carry over some of the massive Week 4 momentum into a Week 5 road battle against the Patriots, although if even just St. Brown returns, the former's target volume could certainly take a hit.

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  • Taysom Hill NO TE
    Saints' Taysom Hill: Reaches end zone
    2h ago

    Hill rushed the ball five times for 21 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's 28-25 loss to the Vikings.

    Hill was designated as the backup quarterback with Jameis Winston (hip/back/ankle) sidelined, but he got involved in the game as a rusher with Alvin Kamara (ribs) also sidelined. He did the majority of his damage on a pair of drives, with his primary damage coming on a drive early in the fourth quarter when he tallied a rush of 13 yards and also plunged into the end zone for a two-yard score. Hill should continue to get work as a gadget player, particularly if the Saints remain without Kamara, Winston and Michael Thomas (foot).

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  • Matt Prater ARI K
    Cardinals' Matt Prater: Active Sunday, per usual
    4h ago

    Prater (hip) is listed as active Sunday in Carolina.

    After his practice reps were capped during Week 4 prep, Prater entered the weekend with a questionable designation, but he'll nonetheless handle placekicking duties for the Cardinals on game day. He hasn't got much work this season due to circumstances beyond his control, but he has made all four field-goal attempts and both point-after tries through three games.

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  • Mike Badgley CHI K
    Bears' Michael Badgley: Set for Week 4 kicking duties
    10h ago

    Badgley will serve as the Bears' placekicker in Sunday's game against the Giants, Brad Biggs of the Chicago Tribune reports.

    Badgley signed with the Bears on Saturday and will now start for the team in place of Cairo Santos (personal). The veteran converted 18 of his 22 field-goal tries across 13 games between the Colts and Titans last season, but rain and wind could impact Sunday's contest and therefore limit kicking opportunities.

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  • Cairo Santos CHI K
    Bears' Cairo Santos: Downgraded to out
    11h ago

    The Bears have downgraded Santos (personal) to out for Sunday's game against the Giants, Tom Pelissero of NFL Network reports.

    Santos didn't officially travel with the team, so it's not too surprising to see him be ruled out after having initially been listed as questionable. In his absence, Michael Badgley, who signed with Chicago yesterday, will handle kicking duties versus New York.

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  • Dominik Eberle DET K
    Lions' Dominik Eberle: Set to start Sunday
    1d ago

    The Lions signed Eberle to the active roster Saturday.

    Eberle is set to fill in for Austin Seibert, who was ruled out ahead of Sunday's game against the Seahawks due to a groin injury. The Lions are missing a number of key offensive pieces, including D'Andre Swift (shoulder), Amon-Ra St. Brown (ankle) and DJ Chark (ankle), so don't expect the offense to generate enough opportunities for Eberle to be a fantasy asset Week 4.

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  • Cairo Santos CHI K
    Bears' Cairo Santos: Not traveling with team
    1d ago

    Santos (personal) is still listed as questionable for Sunday's contest against the Giants, but he will reportedly not travel with the team Saturday, Jason Lieser of the Chicago Sun-Times reports.

    It's a bit strange to see the Bears still listing Santos as questionable despite announcing the veteran kicker wouldn't travel with the team to New York, and elevating Michael Badgley, who was just signed to the team's practice squad Saturday, on the same day. Fantasy managers should likely anticipate using other alternatives, especially considering inclement weather could be on the horizon for Sunday's matchup.

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  • Chase McLaughlin IND K
    Colts' Chase McLaughlin: Moves up to active roster again
    1d ago

    McLaughlin was elevated to the Colts' active roster Saturday.

    This is McLaughlin's final standard practice squad elevation, meaning the Colts will either have to part ways with the kicker or sign him to the active roster the next time. Since taking over as the starter, McLaughlin has made both of his field-goal attempts as well as both extra-point tries through two weeks.

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  • Denzel Perryman LV MLB
    Raiders' Denzel Perryman: Ruled out with concussion
    8m ago

    Perryman has been ruled out for the remainder of Sunday's game against the Broncos due to a concussion.

    Perryman missed the last two games due to an ankle injury, and he sustained a concussion in the second half of Sunday's Week 4 matchup. Darien Butler should see increased playing time in Perryman's absence.

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  • Jeremy Chinn CAR FS
    Panthers' Jeremy Chinn: Won't return Sunday
    15m ago

    Chinn (hamstring) won't return to Sunday's game against the Cardinals, Schuyler Callihan of SI.com reports.

    Chinn was banged up early in Sunday's matchup, and it's not yet clear whether the Panthers expect him to return for next week's game against the 49ers. Sean Chandler should see an increased role in Carolina's secondary in Chinn's absence.

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  • Adrian Amos GB SS
    Packers' Adrian Amos: Leaves with injury
    1h ago

    Amos is out for the remainder of Sunday's game against the Patriots after suffering a concussion, Matt Schneidman of The Athletic reports.

    Amos' absence will be a blow to the Packers secondary for the remainder of the contest. While he is out, Dallin Leavitt will likely man the strong-safety position.

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  • P.J. Locke DEN DB
    Broncos' P.J. Locke: Leaves with injury
    1h ago

    Locke has been ruled out for the remainder of Sunday's contest against the Raiders with a concussion.

    Locke's absence will leave the Broncos light on depth at safety, leaving Delarrin Turner-Yell as the only reserve at the position. With a short week and Thursday contest against the Colts looming, Locke will need to move through concussion protocols quickly to not be out for Week 5.

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  • Quinton Bohanna DAL DT
    Cowboys' Quinton Bohanna: Minor sprain
    1h ago

    Bohanna is believed to have suffered a minor shoulder sprain in Sunday's 25-10 win over the Commanders on Sunday, Michael Gehlken of The Dallas Morning News reports.

    Bohanna left the contest early and recorded two tackles before exiting. Gehlken notes in his tweet that Bohanna should not miss extensive time. However, that likely leaves him at least questionable for Week 5 against the Rams.

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  • Jeremy Chinn CAR FS
    Panthers' Jeremy Chinn: Exits early
    1h ago

    Chinn (hamstring) has left Sunday's game against the Cardinals early, Darin Gantt of the Panthers' official site reports.

    Chinn suffered the injury early in the contest and is questionable to return. While he is out, Sean Chandler should full in at free safety.

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